GERSHWIN: Rhapsody In Blue (Arranged by Ferdie Grofé) Paul Whiteman and His Concert Orchestra (The Composer at the piano) Conducted by Nat Shilkret Victor 78rpm disc 35822-A, B (Orthophonic) Recorded April 21, 1927 Digital transfer by F. Reeder (High bit rate) Topics: Gershwin, Paul Whiteman, 78rpm
If you enjoy this collection please consider helping our other 1920's and 1930's artists projects. You can find a list of projects that are incomplete at: Incomplete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists For a list of our already complete collections of 1920's and 1930's artists see: Complete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists Paul Whiteman Collection 1920-1935 Part One (COMPLETE) PART ONE A to S See Paul Whiteman 1920-1935 Complete Collection Part Two for song titles that begin with the... Topics: Paul Whiteman, 78rpm, PJA-Complete
If you enjoy this collection please consider helping our other 1920's and 1930's artists projects. You can find a list of projects that are incomplete at: Incomplete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists For a list of our already complete collections of 1920's and 1930's artists see: Complete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists Paul Whiteman 1920-1935 Complete Collection Part Two PART TWO T to Z See "Paul Whiteman 1920-1935 Complete Collectiono" for songs A to S.... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Paul Whiteman, 78rpm, PJA-Complete
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - from May 1925 - this is one of Whiteman's first electrically recorded sides. The Victor Talking Machine Company began deploying the Western Electric Hi Fidelity recording system during this time. I have enhanced this recording to refresh the sound using various audio restoration software. Enjoy a great 1920's orchestra in all its glory. Topics: Paul Whiteman, 78 RPM, 1925
Dance Music. Orchestra under the direction of Paul "POPS" Whiteman. Instrumentation: Alto Saxophone - Ross Gorman, Bango - Mike Pingitore, Bass clarinet - Ross Gorman, Drums - Harold McDonald, Piano - Ferde Grof'e, Tenor Saxophone - Hale Byers, Trombone - Sam Lewis, Trumpet - Henri Busse, Tuba - Sammy Heiss, Violin - Paul Whiteman. Classification - Jazz. Recorded - 12/29/1920. Bix did not join band until 1927 (after leaving Gene Goldkette). Henri Busse went on to form his own... Topics: Jazz, Paul Whiteman, Rosie, Donaldson, Merkur, 1920, Whizbang!!
24 recordings from Paul Whiteman's 1928-1930 tenure at Columbia Records. Tracks 3, 4 and 5 are actually by Ben Selvin playing arrangements in Whiteman's band book but were issued under Whiteman's name to an unsuspecting record buying public. Topics: Columbia Records, jazz, big band, Paul Whiteman, 1920s, red, hot
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - from May 1925 - this is one of Whiteman's first electrically recorded sides. The Victor Talking Machine Company began deploying the Western Electric Hi Fidelity recording system during this time. I have enhanced this recording to refresh the sound using various audio restoration software. Enjoy a great 1920's orchestra in all its glory. Topics: 78 RPM, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, 1925
Cubby the Bear hosts a radio show. When the guests don't show up, Cubby has to impersonate them all! favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: cartoon, classic, animation, Cubby, Paul Whiteman, Kate Smith, RKO
The Victor Talking Machine Company began using the Western Electric Hi Fidelity Sound System commercially in early 1925. Paul Whiteman, Victor's premier popular orchestra, began recording with the microphone on May 5, 1925. Herein are 10 representitive recordings from mid 1925 that demonstrate the Whiteman sound in its full "Orthophonic" glory. I have used some audio restoration software to enhance the listening experience of these recordings which were made more than 85 years ago.... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: 78 RPMs & Cylinder Recordings, Paul Whiteman, 1925, Jazz, Fox Trot
1924 marked the final year for acoustically recorded phonograph records and the Victor Talking Machine Company lost no time pursuing electrical recording with the Western Electric Company System that became commercially available in 1925. Meanwhile Victor truly perfected the art of good recording with the old acoustic methods. This collection features the Paul Whiteman Orchestra before and after Paul's concert in 1924 "An Experiment in Modern Music" representing some very fine... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: 78 rpm, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, 1924
The 1930 color musical King Of Jazz starring Jeanette Loff, Laura La Plante, John Boles, and Paul Whiteman ~ You can see more Jeanette Loff at JeanetteLoff.com favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: laura la plante, king of jazz, jeanette loff, john boles, musical, color, flapper, paul whiteman
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra play "Take It Easy." Danny Thomas jokes about life in the army. The Andrews Sisters sing portions of their famous songs. Gracie Fields performs in a play called "The People Of The Mist," about a wartime family reunion. Ilka Chase performs a monologue called "The Waltz." The Andrews Sisters sing "Rhumboogie." Gracie Fields sings a number of songs to display her vocal talent. Topics: Radio Hall of Fame, Andrews Sisters, Paul Whiteman, Danny Thomas, Gracie Fields, Music, Comedy,...
Here are four Paul Whiteman Acoustic recordings from the early 1920s, from my own collection of 78 RPM. Two of them, "In a Boat" and "Sweetheart," aren't very common - grimreaper doesn't seem to know about them - while the other two are just about the most common Paul Whiteman songs you could get. All of these files are in the WAV format and have not been modified in any way. The disc #s are Victor 18690 and 18789. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Paul Whiteman, acoustic recording, 78 rpm, whispering, sweetheart, band, big, 1920, 1923, in a...